Comedian Jo Firestone is opening a temporary comedy space with an audience of 30 dolls in Midtown.
The owners are hoping the club, at 47-38 Vernon Blvd., will remain open as a comedy spot.
The Stand in Gramercy, known for attracting big-name comics, is breaking into the brunch scene.
A Long Island City comedy club is organizing its first festival for female comedians.
The comedy club will offer free tickets to neighbors during its sneak preview weekend, Sept. 13-15.
Jerry Seinfeld, Colin Quinn and Adam Ferrara have been recently seen at the LIC comedy clubs.
The Laughing Devil Development Stage will be the third comedy venue in LIC in recent years.
Caleb Medley, an aspiring comic from Colorado is clinging to life.
"The Stand" comedy club promises to be "the future home of something funny" when it opens in 2012.
A man's legs were pinned between two vehicles when a black TLC vehicle crashed into a row of parked cars on Second Avenue Thursday evening.
Locals who got the Upright Citizens Brigade to remove its "Hot Chicks Room" sign are now upset by the space's red drapes.
Community members have expressed concerns that the comedy club's space will one day become a giant nightclub.
A committee voted in favor of granting Ha! Comedy Club a license for dancing Wednesday, despite local opposition.
Midtown residents will try to block a comedy club's application for a dancing permit at a hearing Wednesday night.
The Reverend of a Times Square church has been trying to block a Midtown comedy club from getting a dancing license.
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